FOLSOM, California (February 16, 2012) – AgreeYa Solutions announced earlier today that it has once again achieved International Organization for Standardization’s ISO 9001:2008 re-certification. ISO 9001:2008 certifications are internationally recognized and commonly used in both private and public sectors. With more than 17,000 standards, companies are periodically reviewed for re-accreditation by certified organizations to ensure that they remain a valuable asset to their customers.
The ISO 9001:2008 re-certification is important for AgreeYa, as it not only requires a company to continuously meet customer and regulatory requirements, but also thoroughly evaluates the Quality Management System (QMS) of an organization. ISO9001:2008 is the highest level certification for business process and management and underscores AgreeYa’s dedication to quality.
Ajay Kaul, Managing Director of AgreeYa states, “We pride ourselves on the relationships we cultivate with our customers. They trust us to go above and beyond, not only to provide the solutions they ask for, but to be trusted advisors that help them continuously streamline their IT organizations. We view this re-certification not as an advantage, but an unquestionable necessity to continuing to provide the best possible quality services and solutions for our customers.”
About AgreeYa Solutions
AgreeYa Solutions is a global company that leverages industry-leading blend of technology, consulting, outsourcing services to boost our customers’ efficiency, productivity and competitive advantage. Through a consultative approach and utilization of a global delivery model, AgreeYa provides Collaboration and Social Communication, Mobility, Virtualization and Cloud Computing, Application Development and Maintenance, Product Development and Maintenance, and Software Testing solutions that are cost-effective and deliver results. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Folsom, California, AgreeYa is an SEI CMMI and ISO 9001:2008 certified company, and a Microsoft Gold Partner with global operations in US, India, China, Korea, Singapore, Poland and Mexico.